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good morning i am todd. i'm stefani schaefer. thanks so much for being with us this monday morning. we have a lot to get to this morning two people are dead after they are shot inside a vehicle stacey standing by live with more on the breaking details for us. talk about heroin overdoses. very much so. the dots on the rise find out with what john drugstore chain is trying to do to stop the epidemic. when it comes to feeding babies hear what new statistics claim plus do you agree your comments in this morning's download we are talking about it. i was a price on the aids recommendations. let's check in with a.j. colby for a look at our forecast on this monday morning. aj good morning. good morning. a lot of clouds out there the rain has moved away storm fox is dry as of this point it is chilly they'll. still well above average for this time of the year. 39 degrees at hopkins and akron canton. here's the rain pressing east
overcast right now few and far between. we've got some weather moving through the denver area right now that system is winding up and it is going to snow and snow hard across nebraska iowa and this will be for tomorrow morning fortunately we are avoiding the messy weather for the caucuses going on in iowa today. temperature wise pressing all of the nice mild air to the southeast. turning cooler temperatures flirting with 40 today but there are their way down hopefully some breaks of sunshine. 20s on the way for tonight partial clearing and quiet. then tomorrow son and increasing clouds. top out around 50 degrees. showers possible late. full forecast is coming your way in a couple of minutes. back to you guys. thank you. 9:01. we begin with breaking news out of the city of elyria. police investigating a shooting that left two people dead. it happened last night. fox 8's stacey frey is live in elyria with what we know.
good morning. the two people dead inside of a rented suv that was parked in the parking lot behind me. at an apartment complex here. detectives came out here once the sun came up looked around a little bit more in this wrapped up and headed out of here once again. all we know this is a man and a woman both shot at least shots were reported fired not long before they were both found dead inside of this rented suv. passenger seat. spoke with a woman who lives cousin. she was not here to visit her doesn't know who in the complex she might have been here tuesday but she also tells me she was walking to giant eagle last night right next door around 10 or 10:30 and ottaway back she saw two suvs that she hadn't noticed before that had a bit one of them suddenly sped away it was the other suv where these two bodies were found. she says she lives here with seven year old walks by the area
very fearful. very close. very close. very close. imagined walking a little bit slower i could have witnessed it. i could have been one of the people. police not giving us a lot of information at this point won't tell us the ages of these two i know from two people i spoke to hear hoople say this woman was their cousin a man was her husband and other than that were waiting for more information from police about why they believe these two were here who they think might have shot them and what dot suv they say the woman i spoke with said one of the suvs just went speeding out of the parking lot. what if anything that might have last night. my goodness. thanks so much. appreciate it. or other big news story on this monday. as heroin overdose deaths are on the rise in the state of ohio, many are trying to put a stop to it. we've seen a lot young kids and now a drugstore chain is set
selling an antidote. our jessica dill is live at a cvs with more on today's expected announcement. good morning todd and stephanie good morning everyone. a sad story to report here. three or four people die every single day in ohio from heroin overdose. a horrible story. no cvs among other groups are trying to put an end to it by having an antidote. expecting the big announcement today. don't even need a prescription to get this. today cvs pharmacy officials, ohio attorney general mike dewine and the white house national drug policy director will discuss narcan. the drug can reverse the breath suppression effects of opioids. ohio department of public safety records show this was administered nearly thirteen thousand times around the state last year, but soon people will be able to buy it with a prescription. well we're very excited about this announcement by cvs that
of course naloxone is this amazing drug that's been around for a long time. ems and fire fighters have been using the drug for about 40 years. i had three different ems people from different groups come forward and say they've been using this and they want to say that if people can start buying this on their own at cvs you have to remember if you have a drug overdose you have to go to the hospital because it's not necessarily the drug will help long-term effects as well. something to take note of that is for sure. in other news on this monday morning. a former seminary student from ohio is due in court today after allegedly trying to go to mexico to buy a baby for sex. joel wright was a priest in training at a seminary in columbus. agents arrested him as soon as he got off a plane in san diego they say he planned to go to tijuana to adopt or buy a child
in online chats with what turned out to be a federal agent he allegedly said he wanted to have sex with the child. seminary officials have severed ties with him. we certainly do not want to admit anyone into our program with whom there is any inkling that that person might pose a threat to any person, especially to the young and to the vulnerable. wright was diagnosed with glaucoma when he was baby and he said he wanted to become a priest, to help others. agents say he had more than 2,000 dollars in cash with him when he was arrested along with baby clothes and a bottle inside his luggage. unbelievable story. also in the headlines this morning. five teens are in police custody in sandusky this morning, facing charges of attempted murder. police say the incident happenedpened back on january 25th, at a home on north forest drive.uary forest dr they say the juveniles tried toe. rob 22 year old jonsay hayes. he was shot in the right arm right arm during the ordeal. investigators say all five of the teens had weapons, but only one fired.e fired.
police say they all have prior records.y all have p all of a sudden we were sitting here hearing pop, pop, pop and we thought something had hit our window. somethi it was a staged thing that night, there was five of them,ge they went to the house to tryd tnight, the was five of and rob the person who lived there, of some money.me money. people in the neighborhood where it happened are staying vigilant, by stepping up patrols in the area.e ororit happene the teens are locked up at the erie county juvenile justicere lock center. a 73 year old man will face a judge this morning, accused of driving drunk and killing twoni pedestrians in willoughby.ughby. police say rudolph bait wast was driving down lost nation road saturday night, when he ran over a man and woman walking along pickup truck.. drivontuer paramedics rushed to the victims a 57 year old woman died while a 50 year old man just identified flown to metro where he also died.. 50ear olasli bait faces ovi as well as
we're following some developings news right now. here's wayne dawson with a look at what's just in.da good morning.g. police madegood maorn niarrest in in connection with a robbery thatat happened outside the great northernde t mall.ll. 41 -year-old steven stephen kitchens 25 -year-old have booked interested expected to bee charged a bit later on today.day. the pair is accused of holdingdin up a woman outside the greatreat northern mall last week. investigators say they stole thele t woman's purse.urse. the surveillance video showso s them a short time later iner in cleveland walking out of a store after trying to use the victimstims credit cards. investigators believe the men are behind a number of armedigators robberies throughout the northeast ohio area and we willill have an update for you when wewe get more information.rmati toss it back over to you guys. good news for those people. i know their breathing a sigh of relief after that. no doubt. thanks. the road to the white house starts in the hawkeye state. what you need to know about the iowa caucuses and which
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do you and do you encourage other mothers to breast-feed.feed. head over to fox8.com wrote vote on the web fall we have a poll today and head back over to fox8.com leave me anothernoth comment will read some more coming up.up. sounds good thank yougo apprecod thaiated. check in with a.j. colby outside for usecith a.j. c how chile is a chilly have we gotten there yet it wasas nice yesterday. around 40 right now guys.s. really isn't bad at all.l. considering advertiser 35 degrees definitely a littlelittle hint of something other thanhan winter in the air. you can actually see the sun is out a little bit breakingit break through the clouding cover. 39 hopkins akron canton doverdover new philly is 40. not much wind chill justust daylight zephyr out here. brunswick and aurora includingnd aurorin barberton all 39.cluding9. may dine at 37 elyria 38 right now. no pr ecipitation in the area mentor 35 will be checks and 42.
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polls show trump leads cruz in iowa, 28 to 23 percent, headingcent, he into today's caucus. while most candidates remain hopeful in the hawkeye state, hawkeye s ohio governor john kasich has been campaigning heavily in new hampshire, ahead of next week's primary.rimary he hopes a recent endorsement by the new york times will give him a boost.es a recth the paper is also backingking democrat hillary clinton. that iowa poll that showed trumpped trump leading the gop also has clintonas clint ahead of sanders, but just by a 45 to 42 percent margin. i will do everything i can to make sure that your faith in me and the campaign we run will reflect the values and the vision that we share for our country. our issues are out there.the v vision tha people are really enthusiastic. and if people come out to vote,siastic. and if people come out to vote, i think you're going to look at one of the biggest political
ng the iowa caucuses are just theses a first round of voting.re the next big contest will be the new hampshire primary, next tuesday. just th the ne t todd. a second virginia tech student is now under arrest accused in the murder of a 13 year old girl.der arrest acc natalie keepers, who's 19, wasrs, who's s charged yesterday. she's accused of helping 18 year old david eisenhauer.sed o he was arrested on saturday. 13 year old nicole lovell was last seen wednesday night, at her home.es 13 year la her family say a dresser was dre pushed against her bedroom door and she probably climbed out a window.sser was her body was found saturday along a highway about 100 miles police say she knew at least one of the suspects. we'll learn today why a speedingngpolice say one there's no amtrak train derailed near philadelphia, killing eight people.ia, killing e the crash, back in may, also left more than 200 people hurt.back iple hurt. one big mystery is why the train was speeding up and going twiced goine the speed limit when it was supposed to be slowing down forthe speed lifor a sharp curve? the engineer said he doesn'ter said he doe
victims of the crash are seekingeking more than 295 million dollars inmi damages.llion doll federal investigators willst release more than two thousandigators wi pages in findings. a florida driver turned the tables on a police officer, after she says she caught him speeding. the reason i pulled you over drive o she caught m today is because i saw you,ause i saw, since miller drive when you were first jumping onto the palmetto, and you were pushing 90 miles an hour. really? ok. the woman says it was 1:30 in the afternoon, and she wanted to th know what was the emergency?woman sand she wand to she just happened to have her cell phone recording she h followed the officer until heofficer un l pulled over.he over. he thought she needed help until she started to question him.thought she i don't know how fast i was going. i can tell you this i'm on the way to work right now. i don't believe i was speeding. the officer did apologize and promised to slow down. the miami dade police departmentdepartment is now investigating. interesting because the twohe two things that they kind of tellte
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